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Genius Kadungure Autopsy Results Revealed!

The late socialite and flamboyant businessman, Genius Kadungure, better known as Ginimbi’s autopsy results have been revealed, Nhau/Indaba r...

The late socialite and flamboyant businessman, Genius Kadungure, better known as Ginimbi’s autopsy results have been revealed, Nhau/Indaba reports.


The autopsy results showed that Ginimbi died from internal bleeding, and this puts to rest various conspiracy theories flying around about the cause of the millionaire’s death.

Family spokesperson, Darling Kadungure, told Nhau/Indaba that Ginimbi underwent a post-mortem on Tuesday and the results said Ginimbi died from “haemorrhagic shock in polytrauma”.

According to online sources, hemorrhagic shock occurs when the body begins to shut down due to large amounts of blood loss.

People suffering injuries that involve heavy bleeding may go into hemorrhagic shock if the bleeding isn’t stopped immediately.

Genius Kadungure Autopsy Results Revealed!
Genius Kadungure Autopsy Results Revealed!

Common causes of haemorrhagic shock include severe burns, deep cuts, gunshot wounds and traumatic amputations.

Meanwhile, Ginimbi’s burial will take place on the grounds of his Domboshava mansion, as per his instructions before he died.

Ginimbi is also said to have instructed his family no to rush his burial as “many people will come from all over the world”.

The controversial businessman died on Sunday between 5 am and 6 am when his Rolls-Royce hit a Honda Fit and veered off the road before hitting a tree along Borrowdale Road.

Eyewitness accounts have indicated that Ginimbi was pulled out of the wreckage alive but died shortly afterwards. His colleagues, Malawian Limumba Karim, Mitchelle “Moana” Amuli and popular Mozambican model Alichia Adams, were trapped in the car and were burnt beyond recognition when the car burst into flames. Nhau/Indaba


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